Antique Finishes on Challenge Coins Are Distinct and AttractivePosted by Signature Coins | September 16, 2011 at 1:53pm | Topic: Antique Challenge Coins
Do you want a distinctive way to tell your custom challenge coins apart from others’ in the crowd? Are you impressed by items that look worn or aged? If you answered, “Yes,” than we have a technique that you’ll want to apply to your custom coins. It’s called antiquing and it allows for greater contrast on no color challenge coins. Applying an antique finish on a coin gives it a "vintage" look and feel. This helps draw attention to the design and the meaning behind the coin.
Choose From Antique Gold, Antique Silver, and Antique Copper
Antique gold, antique silver, and antique copper are all the choices a person has when ordering custom challenge coins from us. The process requires some time and extra effort put into it. That’s why the finished product looks as incredible as it does. When you look at an antiqued challenge coin, you know that you are getting a really special gift.
Years of Service Award Coins and Medallions Are Often Antiqued
Years of service award coins and medallions often are antiqued. This helps give the appearance that they are old and therefore honorable. Recipients of these items enjoy being able to look at their gift and know where it came from. This helps add to the coin or medallion’s perceived value. People will be more inclined to hold onto it if they think that it make be collectible someday.
You’ll want to explore the different effects antiquing will have on your custom challenge coin design. Visit http://www.signaturecoins.com today to request a free quote. You can also call 1-800-953-3607 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and speak to a trained sales professional. This will allow you to get a better idea as to how much your custom coins will cost and what they will look like once they are sent out for production.